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AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. Noothercnniplaint ajr so lnsidious In thelrattack au those atfacting the throat uid lunga : none o trUl'tl with by the majorily of sutferera, The ordinal y eough r cold, rasultiug perhap trom a 1 1 or onconscious expoanre, is Ofte) the begtniiingof a fatal llckneM. Avkk's ( 111 ,iu Pectoral haa well proven its efiicaey in a ftwtf years' flght with throat anil lung diMMM, mi ehould ba taken in all cases without ilelay. A Terrible Cough Cured. " In 1857 I took a advere eold, which ntfeeted my lungH. 1 had a terrible uough, and passed vèbA after night witliont sleep. The dootori gave ni up. I tried A vkii's Chkhkv FJCCTOBAL, wWcli relieved iny lnngü, induced sleep, auit attutded me the rest necesxaiy for the recovery of my ütreugth. By the ooiitintud use of the Il: l'OHAI. a permanent cure was etfected. I hui DOW 0-' years old, hale and hearty, and ani satistied vour Ciu'.kkv PK(TiinAi.sïodiiie. UOKACX Faihduoiuijk." Koekinghaiu, Vt., July lü, 18C2. Croup. - A Mother'w Tribute. ' WhUe in the cfiuntry liist winter my little boy, three years old, was 'taken ill ith croup; it peeined as if he mnlld die fron strangulation. One of the faniily suggested the use of Avkk's Cherry Pectoiíai., a bottle of liicli was always kept in the house. 'I his wis trie! iu small and frequent doses, and lo ounlelight in lesstlutn ïuijf im honrthe little patiënt wal hreathiug easlly. The doctor siiid tliat tlie ( 1'kotokal had saveil my darlinu's lile, l'an jou wonder at our gratitude'.' Sincerely yours, .Mus. Kmma Gkdnev. " 189 West lL'Sth St., New York, May 18, Ihn1'. " I have used Aviiit's CiiKititv Pkctoral in my fainily for several years, and do not hesitate t pronouitce it the inost eöect.ual remwly for ooughs and coids we liave ever tried. A. !. Ukaiík, Lake t'rystal, Mimi., March 13, 1882. " I sutfered for eight years from Hroncbitte, and after trying many remedies with no suocens, I was curod by the. uie of A ykk'h Ciikkuv Pkctohal. Iiwüph Walde. " Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1KK2. " I cannot say enouch in praise of Aykr's Cherrv Pkctokal, bt-lieving as I do that but for its use I should long sinoe have died from lung troubles. K. Bkasdun." Palestine, Teme, April it, 1S8Z. No oae vf ui affectton of the throat or lungs exists which caiuaot be graatly relieved by the nse t As i it' OiiURitY Pbctokal, and itwill ahrays cnie when the diseast nwt already beyond the control ot' medicine. IKI1AI.1 li BV Dr. J. C. Ayef &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Swayne's Pilis- Co infbrting to the Slck. Tliousands die from negleot to properly treat impure blood, consüpation, dyspep8a, malaria, apoplexy, liver, kidney, heart diseascs, dropsy, and rheumatiem. But to the debilitated burdened with such serious sicknes?, we coiiícientiously recommend "Swayne's Pilis, '' wliich coi:tain medicinal properties possessed by no other remedy. Sent by mail for '25 cents, box of 30 pills; 5 boxes, $1, (in statnps). Address Dr. Swayne&Son, PMladelpiiia, Pa. Sold by DruKjtists. Estáte oí Willlam Noble. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, se. At a sesslon of the Probate Conrt for the Connty of Wanhtenaw, holden at the Probate Office. In the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, the thlrtleth day of October, in the year one thoimand eigM hnndred and elghty-three. Present William D. iiarriinuii, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Wilüam Noble, deceaneit. A. L. Noble, tbe admtnlutrator of Maid ectate, comes into courtand represents that he is now prepared to render his Uual account as SDCh admiuistrator, Thereupon t Is ordered, that Tuesday, the twentyseventh day of November, uext, at ten o'clock ín the forenoon be aseigned for examining and atlowlag such account, and that the heira at law of said de ceased, and all other pereons intereeted In said esuto, are required to appear at a aession of said court,then to be holden at tie Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor.ln said county, and show caune, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed. And it la further ordered. that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said ustate, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of thls order to be published in the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, three nuccesaive weeks previous to said day óf hearing. (A true copy.) WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, WK. G. DOTT. Probate Register. g nsí-70 Estáte of Rice A. Beal. Q TATE OF MICHIGAN.County of At a session of the Probate Conrt for the County of Wasbtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, the Dlnth day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three. Present, William D Uarriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Hice A. Bea] dereased. On reading and flling the petition dulr verifled, of Juntus E. Beal Field, praying that a certain instrument now on flle in this court purporting to he the last wlll and testament of said deceaaed. may be admltted to probate, and that he and Phebe B. Beal may be appointed ejecutora thereof. Thereuponit Is ordered, that Monday, the Bfth day of November next, at ten o'clock in the lorenoon, be assigned for the hearing of sald petition.and that the devisees, lecatees and heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons lnterested in said estáte, are reqnired to appear at a aession of said conrt, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if anv there be, why the prayer of the petitloner uhould not be granted. And itis further ordered, that sald petitionergive notice to the persons interested in sald estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof bycauslng a copy of thts order to be publtshed in the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper printed and circnlating in said coonty, tbree successrve weeks previoustosaiddayofhearinK. (A trne coov 1 WILLIAM D. HAKRIMAN. W. G. DOTY. Probate Kegiste?" Prb'"eMortgage Sale. DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IN THE conditions of a certain indenture of morteaee executed by John J. Davis and Adelle E. Davis nis wife dated Jauuary lOth, 1872, to Jared S. Lapham which said mortgage was on the 7th day of January, A.D. 1872, recorded in the office of the Kegister of Deeds for Washtenaw County, Michigan, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in liber 44 of mortgages, on page 220 There is claimed to be dne on said mortgagtj at the date of this uotice for principal and interest the sum nf luur thousand and five hundred dollars No proceudlng at law or in eqnity has been institiitd to collect said mortgage debt or any portion thereof. Default has been made in the conditions ol said mortgage and the power of sale therein containcd became operalive. Notice is therelore hereby glveu that to satlefy said mortgage debt, lnteruat aDd costs of this ioreclosure that there wili be sold at public auction at the front door of the Court Honse on Hnron etreet, in the city of Ann Arbor coanty of Washtenaw, State of Michigan, (that being the place for holding the Circuit Court for said county) on Saturday the 5th day of Janu"Ti '.i61' 'coclc iu the afternoon ol said day, the premises in said mortgage described. viz: Ihe south-west quarter of the south-ea-t quarter and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of scctlon six (B) town one (1) south ui range seven (7) east, alo the east half of the northweet qiiarter of section seven (7); also eleven (11) acres, more orless, off the eonth side of the asi , L wth.e solïh-west fractional quarter of section slx 6) béng all that part of said descriutton ly n souih of the (highway known as the tra 1 road alT Dated, October llth, A. D., 1883 C E WTITTAM JAKED LAPHAM, c B.. WILLIAMS, Mortfiaee Att'y for Mortgagee, Northville, Mich. &-76 ' Estáte oí Henley Minors. gTATE OF MICHIGAN.Cotmty of „.Al-" s.e88lon í the Probate Court for the County oí Wasbtenaw, holden at the Probate office, in the Llnc.iDl ArVor. on Thursaay, the eie?enth day of October iu the year one eight hundred and eighty-three. Preiem, Williain D Harnman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Cora A. Henley (now Wallace) Minnie C. Henley and Nina B Henley minora. Johnson W. Knleht th gua.dian of said ward8 comes into coart and renre sentsthat he ié now prepared to render bis annual account as such guardián. 'OUUBr U1B ""- Thereupon it Is ordered, that Wednendnv tho jeventhdayof at ten oífockln he forenoon be assigned for examinlne and allowiïl such accountand that the next of kin of said Z df and all other persona interested in said estáte are re quired to appear at a seasion of said Court then to ï,.. holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ánn Arhor n eaid loounty, and show cause, if any?herS be whv the sald account ahould not be alliwed ' J And it is further ordered that said guardián eive notice to the persons interented In aaid etZ F nr (Atrnecopy.) WiLUAM D. HARKIMAN, WM O nrïTv i. i . ,, Ju(iee of Probate. wm. o. DOTY. Probate Reglater. 116J-11K7 Estáte of Mathew Howarü. gTATB OF MICUIQAN, County of Washteuaw HÊSim printed and circulated in aaid cotL? fhneW8Pale'WM. G. DOTY. Pr„we Re. f


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